We hope your questions about the YWCA in Greensboro are answered below. Be sure to contact us if you need more information!
Men may become associate members of the YWCA. This membership allows them to serve on committees, and volunteer with our programs.
There are dozens of ways as a member or resident of Greensboro that you can become involved with the YWCA! Volunteer commitments can be short or long-term and are based on your skills and interests.
Please contact us if you would like to teach a skill, start a class or work with young children, seniors, or adults with disabilities. We love our volunteers and would greatly appreciate your help!
Yes, YWCA staff members are available to speak to your group on a number of important topics — from raising teens to fitness and wellness topics. We welcome the opportunity to provide this community service.
Contact us for more information about our Speaker’s Bureau.
Yes! Learn more about the YWCA through a building tour.
Learn about our 100+-year history in Greensboro and what privileges you obtain as a new member.
This one-on-one look at our organization is provided as a courtesy when you contact us at 336-273-3461. See more about the YWCA Tours and Rental possibilities.